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PUBG PS4 Is Coming, According To A New Listing

PUBG PS4 Is Coming, According To A New Listing
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is also heading to PlayStation 4. A list on a overseas scores board website online means that the fight royale sport is also heading to the Sony platform, which might imply the tip of Xbox One console exclusivity.


The list at the South Korean scores board Game Rating and Administration Committee obviously notes PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds subsequent to “PS4.” That could be a large alternate, for the reason that it was once touted as an Xbox One console unique. In truth, it simply got here out of early get admission to at the console final month, after increase a sizeable target audience.

Bluehole has commented earlier than about its plans to in the end release on each platform, which on the time gave the impression to suggest PS4 because the herbal subsequent vacation spot. Microsoft were open that it was once a timed unique, however the main points on simply how lengthy that exclusivity duration would final were unclear. The sport debuted on Xbox One final December, so a pending PlayStation four release may mark a yr of exclusivity.
Alongside the sport popping out of early get right of entry to, Xbox Australia marked the instance with a distinct grease-proof Xbox One controller. Bluehole has endured to beef up the sport since release with common patches, together with a up to date one who incorporated efficiency improvements and several other new beauty pieces.

PUBG PS4 - Rumours

Previously, Windows Central's senior writer Jez Corden seemed to suggest that MS' deal with Bluehole will be largely the same as the one Microsoft had in place for Rise of the Tomb Raider, which was also a timed Xbox exclusive for one year.
Regarding a release date on PS4, an official statement from Bluehole has claimed:
"At this time, the Bluehole dev team is focused on bringing PUBG to Xbox One and its continued development on PC. As for future plans on other platforms, there's nothing to announce at this time."
And equally, Jez Corden had suggested that publishing deal or not, Bluehole could self-publish for PS4 further down the line if they wanted.
"They're free to self-pub on PS4, and they will, it's not locked down like Sunset Overdrive was, etc," Corden told followers on Twitter.
All of this confusion started at E3 2017 with plenty of mixed messaging and following the big Xbox One reveal Chang Han Kim, executive producer of Battlegrounds spoke with VG247, where Kim was asked outright if the game was a console exclusive, to which he responded:
"We definitely do have plans and thoughts about other platforms."
"But at the same time, we’re still an early access game. Our mentality and direction has always been to receive as much feedback as possible from our community and iterate based off that."


Alongside the sport popping out of early get right of entry to, Xbox Australia marked the instance with a distinct grease-proof Xbox One controller. Bluehole has endured to beef up the sport since release with common patches, together with a up to date one who incorporated efficiency improvements and several other new beauty pieces.


The free-to-play battle royale game was originally released in March 2017 for PC, and then came to the Xbox in December. There's also the mobile version of PUBG, which has been playable on iOS and Android devices since March. So the game has been around for over a year now, just not on PS4.
Despite the somewhat limited availability, PUBG has been a huge hit, with over 100 million downloads on mobile and over 50 million copies sold on PC and Xbox combined.

 sources -
gamespot
cnet

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